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New MS drug hits the market in 2005

2005 has brought the introduction of a new multiple sclerosis drug to the market. The drug is called Tysabri. It was originally called Antegren but the FDA ordered a name change to avoid confusion with similarly named pharmaceutical products. This helps to reduced the risk of medication error.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by The Boston Globe

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About: New MS drug hits the market in 2005

Date: 20 December 2004

Source: The Boston Globe

Author: Jeffrey Krasner

URL: http://www.boston.com/business/articles/2004/12/20/whats_in_a_name_at_times_danger/

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